Folklore And Spirits Of The Land Series: Haunted Liverpool, Then And Now.

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In the folklore and spirits of the land series, we take the time to look at both regional folk and spirit lore from here in Lancashire, as well as those that leave the county and fan out across the rest of the UK and Ireland. This week we will be looking at recorded historical hauntings documented within the Liverpool area and how they compare to more modern experiences, from the last five years. Some of the more recent stories, or experiences, are my own, others will be from those I have met or interviewed as part of my ongoing work in documenting Lancashire (including Manchester and Merseyside) folklore and regional Witchcraft.

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